The forest and fields in their white winter cloak are a place of magic & sublime beauty. Grab your skis or snowshoes and adventure along the park’s groomed ski trails & natural back-country trails. Ski passes are required on groomed trails & are available from the Woodstock Nordic Center. Check out our winter weekend programs to learn about the snowy inhabitants and history of this storied place. Read More
Animal Tracking - Feb 17 9-1
Who’s walking through my backyard? Come and learn the tracks and signs of many common Vermont mammals. Join us for this 4-hour workshop.
Epic Winter Park Adventure Feb 24 10-2
Winter is a great time to get outside & have some fun! Join a ranger naturalist for cross-country ski or snowshoe adventure up to the Pogue
Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Workshop - Feb 24
Join a workshop Feb 24 9-Noon - Landowners learn to detect & slow the spread of this destructive invasive insect pest.
Learning Journey for Educators - Apply!
Educators apply - Four-day immersive workshop July 5-8 exploring how Natl Park System resources can provide authentic learning opportunities
Climate Change Workshop March 3 10-Noon
Warming winters? Stronger storms? Ferocious fires? Tackle these subjects and more in a 2-hour presentation about climate change.
2018 Artist in Residence Applications
Accepting applications Feb 9-28 for 2018 Artist-in-Residence program -- connecting visitors with the landscape through art and the artist.
2018 is the Year of the Bird!
To kick off the Year of the Bird, we are highlighting the Red Crossbill! (Photo by park visitor, Marv Elliot. Used by permission.)
SCA Horticultural Intern May - Sept 2018
Opening for SCA Horticultural Intern position May - Sept 2018 to assist the park’s staff caring for historical cultural landscape.
Last updated: February 13, 2018